Goals from striker Steven Dese Mukwala, Joachim Ojera and Cromwel Rwothomio were enough to see the tax collectors sail past the Cops in a bid to secure the top league title after almost a decade without winning it.
"The CAF Emergence committee in consultation with the FIFA, decided to postpone the CAF qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 that were due to be played in June 2021 after taking into consideration the current challenges caused by the COVID 19 pandemic and the need to ensure the optimal conditions for all participating teams". Part of the press release reads
The squad will have a residential camp at the FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru starting this Friday on 7th where they will undergo different training sessions under the guidance of head coach Salim Muwonge.
The development comes after the marathoner’s chances of taking part in the Olympic games had slimmed after finishing fifth at the NN Mission Marathon in Enschede, Netherlands this month where he was bidding to clock the best time better than Chemonges and Fred Musobo who had already qualified
The red eagles staged a super fight back to stun the tax collectors who got a lead as early as the first two minutes of the game. Two goals by Martin Kizza and Erick Kambale helped the Wankulukuku team to pull back the command of the first leg.
KCCA FC head coach said his players lacked the effectiveness in converting the chances, he added on that some of players lack character and the fighting spirit which must be worked on if they are to win any trophy this season
The three players who were suspended indefinitely include goalkeeper Joel Mutakubwa and defender Julius Ntambi and team captain Mustafa Mujjuzi. The players have been suspended after the team lost to new comers Kitara FC.